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In September, The New York Times published my project about men who have been sexually assaulted while serving in the U.S. Armed Forces. When the NYT expressed interest in publishing this work, I knew the end product would be dignified and elegant. The staff did not let me down. Beth Flynn is one of the …
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Mary is honored to have her project: “Male victims of  Sexual Assault in America’s Military”

projected during the evening screening at Visa Pour L’Image International Festival of Photojournalism

Thank you to Jean-François Leroy and the entire Visa team for this very special honor.

The 27th Annual DoD Visual Storytelling Workshop will be held in Charleston, SC. Thanks to my fellow faculty members, mentors, students, all the folks at Defense Media Activity and of course my right-hand-man Shane McCoy.

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Mary F. Calvert is committed to using photography to affect meaningful social change and is known for producing work on gender based, human rights issues. For her work on sexual assault in the US Military, she is the recipient of numerous awards including the 2016 Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography and 1st Prize, Long Term Projects in the 2016 World Press Photo Contest, as well as the 2014 Alexia Foundation Women’s Initiative Grant, and the 2013 Canon Female Photojournalist Award. She has won the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award twice and is a two-time Pulitzer Prize finalist in Feature Photography.